Creating a mood full of wonder, mystery and anticipation, Gilpin's expressive original is a superb choice for your winter or holiday concert. This piece provides wonderful opportunities to teach phrasing,
Driving rhythms, syncopation and a full spectrum of dynamics create an air of mystery and a sense of anticipation in this memorable contemporary original. Strong unison lines are complemented by full
This clever novelty piece addresses the fact that so many holiday songs feature "Fa la la" choruses and pleads for the audience to sing about anything else by suggesting a multitude of other holiday themes
An exciting original piece that portrays the joy that we feel in our hearts when we experience and share our gifts of music! Shifting rhythmic patterns, joyous melodies and an energized accompaniment create
"What says the wind to the waving trees? What says the wave to the river? What means the sigh in the passing breeze? Why do the rushes quiver?" Extolling the mysteries of nature and life, Gilpin's setting
The second volume in the popular A Cappella! series from Sing! features nine concert and festival selections for developing TB choirs from creative writers Greg Gilpin, Victor C. Johnson and Mark Patterson.
Grab your coat, scarf and mittens and join us on a sleigh ride! This original festive winter partner song will give your choir plenty to sing about, both in unison and in harmony. When the familiar
Look no further for that unique multicultural programming gem - Gilpin's setting of this Middle Eastern folk song is bright, fun and flirtatious! The text, in classic Arabic, tells the story of a traveling
"Sometimes they're in the corner, sometimes they're by the door, sometimes they're all a-standing in the middle of the floor..." This child-like poem by Eugene Field recollects the fear we all had of going
In this dynamic arrangement of the Huddie Ledbetter tune, Greg Gilpin has captured the strong rhythmic pulse and harmonic energy that is characteristic of the Lead Belly style. To intensify the driving
Whether performed on risers, as a processional, or encircling the audience, this celebratory fanfare is the perfect opening number for concert or festival and is appropriate for use throughout the school
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